The publicly traded company will change its name next month to better reflect its “continued growth” outside of K-12, after acquiring two career-based learning platforms.
Pearson has launched a new direct-to-consumer division, which will be co-led with former top officials from Shutterfly.
While just 15 of 99 cyberattacks recorded over a four-year period targeted ed-tech vendors, those breaches had an especially destructive impact, the GAO found.
An Illinois charter school management company recently resolved allegations that it rigged bidding processes for E-Rate contracts it awarded for hot spots and internet connectivity.
The results of the Nov. 3 election carry potentially big implications for companies in the market. Check back on EdWeek Market Brief for the latest results.
A ballot measure before voters in the nation’s largest state would potentially pour billions of dollars in new spending into K-12.
Recent weeks saw acquisitions involving AI platforms, math platform providers, and assessment companies.
Brighteye Ventures plans to raise a total of $88 million for its second venture capital fund, with a focus on companies that can deliver education “better, faster, cheaper.”
Helping parents cope with the pressures of remote learning is one of districts’ top social-emotional priorities, a new EdWeek Market Brief special report finds.
A new product certification created by Digital Promise gives companies the chance to prove that their product design features, tools, and support can be adapted to meet students’ myriad needs.